When is Nintendo Direct 2021?
The next Nintendo Direct starts at 6 p.m. on September 23, 2021. InverseNintendo Direct September 2021 start time, how to watch and what to expect
What time does the Nintendo Direct start?
When does the Nintendo Direct start? The Nintendo Direct will be livestreamed starting at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET, which converts to 11 p.m. BST or 8 a.m. CNETNintendo Direct: Start time, how to watch or stream online and what to expect
Announced on Twitter, the presentation will air at 3pm Pacific / 6pm Eastern / 11pm UK (that's September 24 at 8am AEST). It will be "focused mainly on Nintendo Switch games launching this winter."
Amid smaller showcases, this marks the third full Nintendo Direct of the year. In February, a Direct revealed Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, Splatoon 3, Mario Golf: Super Rush and more. At E3, Nintendo finally showed more from Breath of the Wild 2, announced Metroid Dread, and revealed Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope.
As for what could be shown at this event, there've been recent rumours about Game Boy and Game Boy Color games coming to Nintendo Switch Online. Many will also be hoping that we discover the identity of the final character coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate after Tekken's Kazuya was added in June. Is it too much to hope we'll see more Breath of the Wild 2 ahead of its 2022 release? Judging by how quiet Nintendo's been about the game so far, quite possibly.
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Aside from the fact that it will be a physical and downloadable game, no further information is available, and the game's official page is not yet available. The listed title, Discovery of the Stars, is a machine translation of the Japanese name for the game, and may well change for western release.
It would mark the first mainline Kirby game since 2018's Kirby Star Allies, which we called "frantic four-player fun that's continually a blast, thanks to countless ally combinations." That was followed by fighting game spin-off Kirby Fighters 2 in 2019.
Today's Nintendo Direct airs at 3pm Pacific / 6pm Eastern / 11pm UK (that's September 24 at 8am AEST). It will be 40 minutes long, and focuses on games coming this winter to Nintendo Switch.
22 September, 2021 - 06:30pm
A Nintendo Switch-inspired electric bike that carries the definitive design language of the popular handheld gaming console – signaling the imagined form of Nintendo’s automotive character, if ever the company decides to take that road.
Handheld gaming consoles and Nintendo are synonyms that keep the nerdy crowd engaged for countless hours of fun. With the portable gaming console market size projected to touch 16 billion by 2026, it is destined to make up the major chunk of the overall gaming industry. Nintendo’s handheld gaming console commands an advantageous position in the fight for supremacy in the portable console market – and why not – it is designed well and comes with a unique collection of gaming titles!
Taking inspiration from Nintendo’s core beliefs and the radical design philosophy, product designer HTH Han has mustered up the idea of a Nintendo electric bicycle. Christened the Nintendo Switch Bike, this two-wheeler is modeled around the handheld gaming console’s core vision. A belief that what if Nintendo expands into the sports and outdoor market. Han uses the disoriented element of the Switch’s Joy-Con to create the frame of the bicycle. Frankly, this design element looks very nice.
Battery placement is one of the prime considerations in any electric bike, and this one accommodates it smartly in the frame. The lower section of the neon blue-colored frame to be precise, and it can be taken out for recharging with the push of a button. This increases the balanced styling approach of the hubless wheel electric bike as well. Han adapts the comfortable ergonomics, simple aesthetics, intuitive placement of buttons and keys, and the symmetrical interface of the controllers as the designing roadmap for the Nintendo Switch Bike.
The bicycle’s pedal comes with tactically placed LED lights on the outside face for driving safety at night. On the top of the pedal is a light indicator denoting the battery status to the rider for a quick glance at the information. Just like other electric bicycles, the front and rear have bright LED lights to keep the driver safe on the road from the road rage of other motorists. On the front, the flat panel display shows the map, current time, weather and battery status.
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